A pair of 1964 telephone conversations between the Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy, and the former DCI, Allen Dulles.
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There were some real cool intriguing moments in this podcast, but the series ends with what feels like a big “nah, just kidding!” Zac debunks most of what they put out over the course of the season, giving the impression that they withheld facts to make the story more mysterious. They give explosive clips of interviews only to show the rest of the interview later to make it innocuous. Felt like I was duped.
The information and production value are top notch individually but together it’s a flawless combination.
Good show. The downside is that the podcaster claims to start out as unbiased, but it’s clear in the end he intended to disprove that there were other people involved.. By the time I got to the final episode, I was tired of his bizarre “maybe that’s not what really happened” approach and his interviewees obviously felt the same. Learned several things from this show, most notably that when attempting to disprove conspiracy, watch for logic that wants to separate each piece and not see the whole. One piece of evidence may be flawed or not certain, but when viewed as an aggregate the picture become clear. Whether it’s RFK or JFK, the same tactics to muddy the waters are employed. Entertaining but weird show. So many obvious flags that more was going on than the official record states. The podcaster appears to brush over many of these issues and wanted to prop up the official story.. In the end, I found myself yelling “ Are you serious??” when listening to his conclusions..
This podcast is so anticlimactic. In the end it goes nowhere.
A conspiracy theorist and a skeptic take you on an argumentative misadventure that eventually leads us back to square one. After 18 months of inconclusive journalism, they decided to run with the story anyway, hoping to channel the listener’s inner alchemist. Sadly not worth the listen if you’re after something substantial.
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